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DAILY HEKALJD.
A BATTLE IN A COURT ROOM.
Mow Two Ueorgia Lawyer* He.
seated the Me.
Atlanta, Ga., July 23.—" If you
ace anything of stray ink bottles, glue
pota, "Georgia reports and Bibles,
please leave them with the clerk of
the Superior Court."
This notice is to be found tiosted on
the front door of the county court
house. This morning a fierce battle
was waged in tlie superior court room.
Since yesterday morning Judge Van
F.pps, of the Circuit Court, occupying
the superior court room, has been
hearing a ease in which there is a
great ileal of local interest. The
prosecution is represented by Colonel
George T. Fry, and the defense by
Colonel L. W. Thomas. Colonel F"ry
begun his argument and stated some
thing about tile suppression of testi
mony.
"Say, look here, Colonel Fry," ex
claimed Colonel Thomas, as he sprang
to his feet, if you mean to accuse me
of withholding and suppressing any
testimony you tell what is downright
untrue."
The flush of rage dyed the cheek of
Colonel Fry as he turned upon Colo
nel Thomas and fiercely broke forth:
"Colonel Thomas, if you mean that
I have told an untruth you are a liar."
A Georgia report came flying out of
Colonel Thomas's hand straight to the
head of Colonel Fry. Over came a
code from Colonel Fry. Then followed
"Greenleaf on Evidence," Georgia
Reports, and Bibles flew thick and
fast, and when the books gave out
Colonel Thomas nicked up a glue bot
tle and sent a double-twisted curve,
which struck a juror and ruined his
coat. An ink bottle came next within
reach of Colonel Thomas's hands, and
' this was sent after the glue pot. The
bottle missed Colonel Fry, but the
contents gave him a copious
shower of copying fluid. While
Colonel Fry was dodging the ink
and glue bottles lie stumbled over a
i'uror's foot, and as tie fell to the floor
ris.eye fell on a spittoon. The large,
heavy spittoon was quickly seized and
raised high in the air, but Colonel
Thomas was out of ammunition, and
the Hpittoon was rather a dangerous
weapon. A number of other lawyers
interposed and Colonel Fry was dis
armed.
When the smoke cleared away and
the 1 tattle ground could be viewed
calmly and dispassionately, not an
ink-bottle, nor a glue-pot, nor a book
of any kind was on the tables. Colo
nel Fry spent something like half an
hour removing the ink stains from
his hands and face, while Colonel
Thomas sent a boy after an extra
supply of cuffs and collars. Colonel
Fry's new straw hat was ruined with
ink stains.
Both parties apologised to the court,
and Judge Van Epps replied in a tired
voice, the exertion of dodging having
been too much for him in such warm
weather: "Gentlemen, I will decide
about the contempt of court in this
matter later on. Colonel Fry, will
you please to proceed with your argu
ment?"
The Colonel began right where he
left off.
A HIGH PRICED RESTAURANT.
A Nervous farmer Wrestles with
a Bill of Fare-A Bis; Mistake.
A farmer, racked between tlie serene
-conviction that he belonged to the
only class of people that has any real
right to live and the uncomfortable
realization that he was in a place
where he did not know what to do or
how to do it, wandered into the high
est priced restaurant in Kansas City
-at noon the other day. A waiter deftly
seated him before he had decided
whether or not to take off his
overcoat. A bill of fare was laid be
fore him, and he pondered it with the
expression his face would probably
have worn if lie had been given ten
lines of Greek to translate, with the
alternative of decapitation in case of
failure. He glanced sidewise at a
real estate man who was waiting for
his luncheon, but found no relief in
the impassive countenance of his ta
ble companion. Then lie looked up
ward covertly and found tlie
waiter regarding him with a
stony stare. Tha most utter
ly miserable man in Kansas City
at that moment was the ruralist, al
though he determinedly refused to
lose sight of his conviction that he was
the salt of the earth, while real estate
men and restaurant waiters were a
very inferior sort of condiment. He
fumbled the bill of fare in hopeless
confusion. Then he cleared his throat
and said to the impending waiter:
"I guess you can gimme,some corn
beef an' cabbige."
"Corn beef an' cabbage," echoed
the waiter, with no change of counte
nance. "All right, sir."
"Hole on a minute," said the
fanner nervously, us his eye caught a
familiar line on the card, "gimme
salt mackerel instead o' the corn beef
an' cabbige."
" Halt mackerel; all right, Bir," said
the waiter.
" An hole on ag'iu," said the fanner,
rapidly gaining confidence in himself
as he noticed the waiter's obsequious
ness. Then, with something of a dom
ineering tone, he added: " Don't be
in so much of a hurry. Bring me a
line o' vegetalilcs with the mackerel,
o'course."
" What vegetables will you have,
sir?" asked the waiter.
"Why, vegetables for a meal, o'
course. Some 'sparagus an' some
corn an' some let! is an' some string
beans an'—got any new potatoes?"
"Yes, sir."
"Some new i>otatoeS an' some green
peas an' some onions an' some cab
bige an' all o' the things that goes to
make op a meal," said the diner,
with mental visions of the infinitesimal
quantities of "side dishes" that he
had encountered in a "regular din
ner —25 cents" house somewhere.
"All right, sir," said the imperturb
able waiter with a reassuring drawl of
the "all."
After waiting several minutes, dur
ing which the ruralist relapsed into
his uncomfortable self-conscious con
dition, the waiter arrived with the
order. The diner's eyes bulged with
astonishment when he saw half the
table covered with huge
plates bearing the items of
his dinner. After staring hope
lessly for a minute he began to eat,
overwhelmed by tlie conviction that
there had been a gigantic mistake
somewhere When Tie had finished,
provend«r for an ordinary family re
mained untouched. The waiter slip
ped a check under the edge of his
gjiate and the wretched man took it up
tohtadeatinely and looked at the
aaaonnt of his bill. It was in tlie
aprifjhborhood of ♦'J.OO.—[ Kansas City
War.
All Freasrtr Owner*
eat OUra, Qiaags Otoe* and Aagalena arc
ana ilsatasreei Berbeak, are requested
A Card aad an Oath.
stats of California, |
Los Anoblks County. i
To Whom It May Concern"
We have resided on the Rancho Ex-
Hissian, of San Fernando, the number of
veara set opposite our respective names be
low, and we do each soleinuty swear that
the oranges produced en said ranch arc as
line as any we have seen In the State, and
we further swear that ncale bugs do not, aud
never have existed on any trees ou the
ranch, since we have known it, and nothing
has ever been used upon tne trees to prevent
tho bugs from collecting there:
M. Murnsne. 14 years.
11. C. Hubbard 12 ••
J. M Jeniefer 11 "
(leronllilo Lopez 25
ft. W. GrtswoM » "
J.Harris 11 "
John Wilson. 12 "
Beniguo Pico.. 10 "
fasbsorlbed and sworn to before me this,
the lflth day of July, ISB7. T. s. Smith.
Justhia of the Peace. Per D.
Acre tracts in this ranch for sale by Porter
Land aud Water Compaisy.
John B. BasKIH, Secretary,
Room 0. Lea Angeles Bank Building, corner
First and Spring it recta.
WILLIS L. CULVER, of Pavilion, N. V.,
■aye that CHlmnre's Magnetic Elixir cured
him of a long standing Throat and Lung
t-ouble C. F. 11E1NZEMAN, Agent, Los
Angelea.
ANSON HOUGH, of Blackberry, 111., say
he owes his Ufa 'o Gllmore s Magnetic Ellx
Ir. Try It. Fo. sale by C. F. Ueiuaemau
agent, cos Angeles.
BEY. H. B. EWELL, of Pavilion, N. V.'
•ays of Gilmore's Aromatic Wine: "I be
lieved to be tbe a most desirable remedy to
>-c nlaoed in every family." C. F. HEINZE
MAN. Agent. Lo- Angeles.
a. E. GAKR, of Dsggelts Mills, Pa., says he
saved the life of his child with croup bi
uaing Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir. C. F
Ueinseman agent, Loa Angeles.
MIDDLE-AGED MEN who lack vigor and
vitality can be cured by Gilmore's Aroinat
o Wine. For sale by 0. F Helnaoman,
gent, Los Angeles.
SIMMONS
LIVER REGULATOR
For all Discuses of the
Utv, .Qdneys, Stomach and Spleen.
This purely rpft;<>tal>le pre-
K ration, now so celebrated as a
imily Medicine, originated in
the South in 1828. It MM
Ently on the Bowels and
dneyA and correct* the
Ktion of the Liver, and M, th<.re<
fore, the beat preparatory
medicine, whatever thr sick
ness may prove to be. In nil
common diseases it will, iin
»Mißted by any Otter mcdi*
cine, effect a speedy cure.
The Reculator is safe to administer in any
condition of the system, and under no circum
tauces can it do harm. It wilt invigorate
ike a dais of wine, but is no intoxicating bever
age to lead to intemperance; will promote di
gestion, dissipate headache, and gener
ally tone up the system. The dose is small,
not twpleasaiita and its virtues undoubted.
No loss of time, no inter
ruption or stoppage of
business while the
Regulator.
Oiildten complaining of
Colic, Headache, or Mick
Stomach, a te.ispoonful or
more will give relief.
If taken occasionally by pa
tients exposed tn MALARIA,
will expel the poison and protect
them from attack.
A PHYSICIA.V* OPINION.
I hare been practicing medic mo for twenty years,
and have never been able to put up avegetabl:
compound that would, like Simmons Liver Regu
lator, promptly and effectively move the Liver t<.
action, and at the same time aid (instead of weak
ening) the digestive and assimilative c jwers of the
iystem. L M. Hinton, M. D.,Wa hington. Ark
SEE THAT BEWIXII.
I H. Zeiiir 4 Co.. Philadehhia. Pa,
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ATJCTIOJST!
NO. 116 WEST FIRST STREET,
(Nadeau Block.)
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2. 1887
—AT —
10 o'clock a. St. and 7 o'clock r. at.
On account of owner retiring from busi
ness will la-sold the entire stock of milli
nery goods consisting of trimmed and nn
triimued hats and bonnets, ribbons, velvets,
artificial Sowers, fancy goods, notions etc.
Also 2 nickle plated show eases. 1 large side
ease, 1 lainnet rase, large French plate mir
ror, counters, shelving etc. These goods are
all of the latest patterns, having lieen pur
chased within the last four months. Sale
positive, and without reserve aa itossession
must be given of the store on Weduesday.
NOHTHI'BAITS A I I tltk.
jy3l-3t Atitionecrs.
CHEAP : CITY : LOTS !
Two fine Lota, 40x140 Each,
On Third Street, Mills A Wick's subdivision.
These lots are ou the line of business im
provement between the Santa F'e and the
new Southern Pacific Depots. Apply to M.
F. Pauly, in Mills, Crawford Ji FieluVoffice,
IS Court street. Jy76-tf.
Notice to Water Uonaauiers en
tho Hills.
rpHE HOURS FOR SPRINKLING ARE
JL from 7to 9 o'clock a m. aud from 6to
Sr. a. The people living north of Temple
street oan use water under thla rule on the
even numbered days of the mouth and
'hosesouth of Temple street ou the odd
numbered daya.
That water may be furnished to all this
restriction will be i Igidly enforced.
For a second violation of this restriction
tbe water w'll be shut off and a fine of two
dollars will be charged before tho water
will be turned on again.
JyMf CITIZEN3'WATEBCO
MAKE
MONET
EASY
BY INVESTING IN THE FOLLOWING
property for sale at 108 West First
' street. If yen buy any of the following
property you are hound to make money 25
or 30 lots in VICTOR HEIGHT! from $1000
to $1500 each. Lots In Angeleflo Heights
from $1500 to $3000 each. Three lots ou
Santa Fe avenue, price $soe each; these
lots are near the A., T. &S. t. Depot. Lot on
Second street, near the Woodworth Tract.
Two tine lots on Tenth street; \± block from
Pearl street. Fine business property on
Spring street. Twelve and a half acres In
Glendale. House and lot on Grand avenue,
between Temple and Court House street;
price $11000, Sixty acres near the new town
of Fullerton; this property is bound to ad
vance. Five acres on Main street, near
Jeffbrson. Forty - eight lots ou Boyle
Heights.
Afjaw- Above is only a partial list. Have
property all over the city and country,
would lie pleased to have you call and look
at our list.
MOORE & SNYDER,
J3l-lm 108 WEST FIRST STB.
tne Eastern orTtoa of thla Journal la with
Moaere. PALMER a HEY, 40 Trlbuns
Oulldlna, New YorK, and all orders for
Eastern adsortlasmonts must earns
LOS ANGELES HERALD; W BOXES DAY" MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1887.
Worth Reading
Two lots on Hope St.. east side, be
tween Tenth snd Eleventh sts, $8500 each
Ix>t on Pearl st., east side, between
Eleventh snd Twelfth st* $31)00
Lot on Hill st., west side, between
Elev*llth and Twelfth sts 5100
Lot on Hill st., eust side, between
Fourth and Fifth sts MOO front foot
Lot on Flower st., west side, la-twcen
Eleventh and Twelfth sts E3BOO
Lot OB Floweret., east sid.i, fourth lot
south of Pico street 2POO
Let la City Center tract 0.0
Lot in Fairmouut tract, with house,
fence, etc . 2000
One of the neatest six-room cottages
on the hill 3300
Fine lots and houses In all pn;-s of the
altar. The above list speaks for us. Wt deal
in nuthiug but BARUAINS.
liny a lot in bat Santa ttoa'ca and doable
vouv money tin. hoi weal icti ifOO down
boys a if'JOO lot.
r. a. mm & son,
!*o. 8 Market St.,
Opposite Uottrt rfnuse.
1 1 Jy22 lm
GEO.W. MEADE & CO
*7H, if 78 A. *NO I ppcr Main St.,
I.oa Angeles, Cal.
WHOLESALE
Commissioo Merchants
AND DEALERS IN
ALIFORNIA RAISINs,
DRIKD FKUITS, NUTS,
HONEY, ORANGE*,
AND
Produce Generally.
HAVING TAKEN THE SPLENDID STORE
Istely occupied by Porter Bros., we
shall soou be iv full running order, snd iu
vlte correspondence or consignments,
which willbava our prompt and careful at
tentloii.
"We Have Come to Stay."
P. U. Box Mil 1. Telephone HOti.
GEO. W. MEADE &. CO.
M. LACY, Manager,
San Francisco House, "Meade Build lag,
16 and 18 DrummSt
m£l 3mos sun only
C.A. SUMNER & CO.,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, r>4 N.
Main street, Lea Angeles, Cal.
$073 -L0t50x194, Sixth, near Vernon aye.
$425—Lot 50x125, Orchard aye., isr Ad
ams street.
SBso—Lot 50x135, Tenth St.. uext to comer.
#900—Ixit 50x1:15, Orange st., near Veiuou.
$noO—Uit 08x130. I'niversity tract.
$Soo—Lot 40x110. insKelleitract. • -
$1000-I.ot 111x140. tjoodwin tract.
$1250— I,ot 02 I > ! 'xls;t, corner on Adams Bt.
$1500—Lot 90x138, corner ou sixth st.
#1000—Ixit 50x125. Bonsallo aye
■ISoo—Lot 105x175, corner Montgomery
and Hayward.
$3200—Lot 44x131, Maple aye.
$2300—Uit 50x135, Adams, near Figueroa.
$2000— I-ot 54x150, Flower st.. near Pico st.
$8000—Lot 88x153, West side Hill, near
Twelffh.
$7000—Lot liSxlTo, West si te of Figueron,
near Pico: alley la near.
$9000—5 ai res on Adams, corner of Budlong
avenue.
■8000—Fall block al Long Beach.
$00,000— Lot 290x300, large corner, near
depot.
C. A. SUMN'KIt A CO.,
jy 17 54 North Main street.
Bllsluoss Xiots
FOR SALE,
ADJomtse thi saw PosTorrtca Blocs
os —
LOS|ANGELE3, FIFTH and WINSTON STS.
frKA-VK VKCOII .
No. 2S North Sraiso s-raaaT. Los a norm a.
rnvx.'.—t'
COLLIER WHITE LEAD!
7 STRICTLY I'URE.
In Lots To Suit
6 Cents per Pound,
STANDARD OIL CO.
LOS ANGELES.
San Fernando Street, near corner
Aurora.
jy24-tf
Parties Holding Wines
AND Hft A 111 FN WILL FIND IT TO
their Interest to correspond with
C F. CHADBOURN,
Wlue sua nrsnay nroker, 300 California St.
San Francisco, Cal. jeSO lm
IN THE SDPERIOR COURT
OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN
and for the county of Los Angeles.
James A, Harrison and Hannah E. Harri
son, plaintiffs, vs. Laura Mattocks >ud John
Doe Mattocks, defendants.
Action brought tn the Superior Court of
tbe Stste of California, in and for the coun
ty of Loa Angeles, and the Complaint filed
In .aiil county of Los Angeles In the office
of tbe Clerk of said Superior Court.
Tne People of tbe State of California send
greeting to Laura M ittocks and Jobn Hoe
Mattocks, defendants. You are hereby re
quired to appear tn an action brought
against you by the above named plaintiffs,
in the Superior Court of the State of Call
fornla, in and for the connty of Lou Ange
les, and to answer tbe complaint filed there
in, within ten days (exclusive of the day of
service) after the service ou you of this
summons, if served wltbin thla county; or,
If served elsewhere, within tblrty days, or
judgment by default will be taken against
you. according to the prayer of said Com
plaint.
The isld action Is brought to obtain tbe
judgment of this Court against the said de
fendants in tho sum of 115,000 as damiges,
alleged to have been sustained through tbe
criminal negligence, default and carelesa
uess of tbe defendants herein; and for costs
of suit. Beference la bad to Complaint for
particulars.
And you are hereby notified that if you
fail to appear and answer the said Com
plaint aa above required, the said plaintiff's
will cause your default to be entered and
will apply to the Court for tbe relief de
manded is the Complaint.
[L, 8 1 Given under my band and the
sea) of the Superior Court of the Stste of
California, in and for tbe county of Los An
gelea, this UHh day of March, in tbe yesr of
our Lord one thousand elgh'. hundred and
eighty-seven, CHAB. H. DUNSMOOK.
9. B. Fanwiwo. Deputy. jenm
Santa Clara College,
SANTA CLARA.
studies will be resumed in Santa Clara
College ou Weduesday,JLugu*t 3d. For fur-
KH>tTAIIHANT«.
ILLICHS
Restaurant and Oyster Parlors
41 AND 43 N. MAIN STREET
GkBAT KKbCCTION IN OYSTKB
lArge Easteru, pci 100 M
Small Eastern, per 100 .. 3 M
Small Eastern, raw or stewed, per pis te 21
Large Eastern, any strle, per plate 5
Baltimore selected, per can. Si
4VPRIVATE ROOMS up stairs lor La
dies and Families, where meals a ill bt
served In the best style.
n24 JERRY ILLICH, Prorrtotor.
The Commercial Restaurant
V. DOL. Pbopribtor,
In Downey mock, main Nl reel.
Receives alive and serves up ovflty day
the choicest, FISH. Including SOLE, TUB
ROT and SEA TROUT. Pprl.ic ChfekSßl
Just in from the ranches cooked In ever?
style.
/CaF-This Restaurant is Los Angeles' Del
monlco. m rMI
f-,
N A MMtNN.
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TheBOUQXJB'J
No. ?n«id!Sl
T O M S IT AW.
Notice to Creditors.
INSTATE OF HENRY DOCKWEILER, DE
j ceased.—Notice Is hereby given by the
andorsfgtied, executrix of tlie last will and
tctinnent of fte/iry Dockweller, deceased, to
the creditors of, and nil persons having
. claims against the said deceased, to exhil.it
them, with lbs necessary vouchers, within
ten mouths after the iirst' publication of this
notice, to the sai l executrix, at her resi
dence, 18 South Hill street, l.os Angeles city,
the same being the place for the transaction
of the business of said estate in the county
of l,os Aiureles.
Dated July 21st. 1887.
MAROARITHA DOCKWEILER.
Executrix of the last will of Henry Doek
weller. deceased. * j22 law 4w
Hotice (or Publication.
IAND1 AND OFFICE AT Los AlfOjtlJßL JTJLY
i 2. ISB7. Notice is herein given that the
1 following-named Bcttler has tiled notice of
. his intention to make iiual pnsif in support
' of his claim, mid that said proof will be
mass before the Register ana Reooiver at
. Los Angeles on September 18, 1887, viz:
Robert W King, Pre-emption Declatotv.State
ment No. 3344, for the NC, of SE',,and lots
I. 5 and (i, Sec. 18, Tp. 2 H. of K. 13 W., s.
B. M. He names tiie lollowisg witness to
prove his continUOQa residence uj-on and
cultivation of said land, via. John Cox,of
Los Angeles county, Asa Rowley, of Los All-
L'elea county. (J'liutiu Rowley, of Los Ange
les county, Juilson Knnis. of Los Angeles
county. J. D. BETHI NX, Register.
jyl4 lm
Notice to Purchase Timbtr Lands.
TT S. LAND OFFICE. AT I.OS ANGELES,
U. Cal., July 12, 1887.—Notice is herein
given that Oeorge 1,. Nickerson, of Los
Angeles County, state of California, has
tiled in this office his application for the
purchase of NEof section 14, Tow nship
I north, Rung,. 1.-, West, S. it. M., under tbt
provisions of an Act of Congress approved
June 3. 1378. providing for the sale of Tim
ber Lands, etc. said tract containing Kit)
acres of land. Any person or persona claim
lag any ndver.se interest iv the Mid tract,
are required to preseut the same nt this
office within <U) days from the date of the
iirst publication hereof, otherwise such
claim will be barred by the provisions of
said Act. j. ti. BETHUNE, Register.
jyl3-tiot
Notice -to Creditors.
INSTATE OF JOHN W. BJXBY.—NOTTCI
'j Is hereby given by the undersigned, ad
ministratrix of the estate of John YV. Ilixbv,
do. eased, to the cieditori of, and all persona
having chums against the said deceased, to
exhibit them, with tlie necessary vouchees,
within ten months after the Hist'publication
of this notice, to tiie said administratrix, at
the office of Chapman iV. Ilendriek. rooms
40 and 41. Baker Block, l.os Angeles city,
the same being the place for the transaction
of tile business of said estate.
Dated July 22, 1887.
• SUSAN P. H. BlXin',
Administratrix of the estate of John W.
Blxby, deceased. jy22 lm
IS THE SUPERIOR COURf~
OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES,
State of California. In tlie matter of the
estate of John W. Blxby, deceased. Susan
P. H. Bixby, the itilminiHlratrlx of the estate
of John W Bixby, having tiled her petition
herein duly verified, braving for an order oi
sale of all the right, title ami interest of the
estate (to wit: an undivided one-third inter
est) in that portion of tlie Rnncho Loa
Alainitos, in the County of Los Angeles, de
scribed as follow s: Commencing at the com
mon corner of the Ranches) Los Alamitos
and I.OS Cerritos, upon the shore of the
Pacific Ocean, al the line of ordinary high
tide, and running thence along the boundary
line between the said ranehos sis estab
lished by c. T. Healv and E. T. Wright, sur
veyors, in 1880, by request and with the
consent of the respective owners of said
rsncbos, N, l l degrees 1!) lnlnutes E. one
hundred and forty eight 77-100 chains to n
smooth irregirlar shaped granite boulder.
12x111x211 inches, known ns nu old laud
mark; thence N. 53 degrees 14 minutes E.
ulney three 711-100 chains to n post
marked "A. C. L. C," at the corner
of the American Colony Tract;
so called; thence leaving said rnncho lioun
dary and running S. 18 degrees 28 minutes,
E.; two hundred and thirtv-onc 39-100
(231 ;3D) chains to a post marked T4SS3:
thence S. twenty eight (28) chains to the
soiiMi boundary of said itancho l.os Alami
tos: thence along said boundary according
to the Held notes Oi the U. S. patent thereof;
X. 8II :1 4 degrees, W. 00.00 chains to station
54 of said patent; thenceB. 2d 1 ., degrees, E.
fifty-two (52) chains to station 55 of sold
patent; thence X. 811 degrees, west 43.00
chums to station 51) of said patent; thence
S. 37' j degrees, K. 73 chains to station 57 of
said patent, nt the mouth of tlie inlet:
thence Westerly along the line of ordluurv
high tide of the Pacific, ocean 2113.01 chain's
Io tlie place of beginning, containing
1183.30 acn s. Ami | t satisfactorily appear
ing to me, W, P. liardiner, one of the judges
Of said court, from said petition that it is
necessary and for the best Interest of said
estate that tlii.- entire interest of the estate
In said lands and premises should be sold,
for the reasons set forth in said petition.
Now, therefore lv consideration of the
premises It Is ordered by the Court that all
persona interested in the estate of said tie
ceased be and appear before the said Supe
rior Court Wednesday the 81st of August,
1887, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day al tlie
courlrooin of Department two of said Court
in the Hkkalii building iv the city of Lot
Angeles, then and there to show cause why
an order should not la? granted to nuid ad
ministratrix to sell all of the Interest of the
estate of ssld deceased In the real estate
hereinbefore described, at private sale.
It Is further ordered that a copy of this
order be published at least four successive
weeks in tbe Los Angeles Daily llf.ralii, s
newspaper printed and published iv fhe
Connty of I/ia Angeles.
July 29,1887.
BANK STATEMENTS.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
OF
The Farmers and Merchants' Bank
OF LOS AiSCKI.KS.
At tiik Close of Bcsinesm, Jc.nf. 30, 18S7:
ASSETS.
Cash on hand. $1,00(1,447.81
Cash with other
hunks 720.009.51
rush on call . 190,000.00
Cask available $1 ,!>,">7,117.32
United States 4 per cents and
other government tsimts 489,388.88
Storks ami warrants 32.025.til
Loans and discounts 2,231,810.02
Vaults and furniture 7,010.00
■awl eslute 2,370.75
$4,1100,023.13
LIABILITIES.
Capital (paid up) $."i00,000.00
Surplus 800,000.00
Undivided profits 22,800.00
Due depositors. 3.058,581.47
Dividends (uncalled for) it.115.00
84,000,823.13
State of California, f
("otintv of Los Angeles. \
isaias w. Hellman, President, and John
miner. Cashier of the Farmers and Mer
chants Bank of Loa Angeles, each for him
self, sweats that the foregoing statement is
true, to tlie best of Ills knowledge and belief.
(Signed) Isuas W. Hellman, Pres't.
(Signed) John Milxeii. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn io before roe,
T. E. Rowan, Notary Public.
Loa Angelea, CnL, July 8, 1887.
statement of tvs Capital of thk f.vrm
f.ks' Attn .Merchants' BINK OF l.os A.mik
j.ksi. at the close of business, June 30,
1887:
Capital puid up in C s. gold
coin $500,000.00
State of California, J
County of Loa Angeles, i
isaias \v. Hellman, President, and John
Mflii'T, Cashier, of the Farmers' and Mer
chant* Bank of l.os Angeles, each for him
self, swears that the foregoing statement of
the capital paid in is true, to the best of
their knowledge and belief.
(Signed) Isaias W. Hellman, Pres't.
John Milneii, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
Bth dnv of July, 1887.
jylO lm T. E. Howan. Notary Public.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
or thk
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK,
JULY 1, 1887.
AB3ETB.
Cash on hand «»6 988 51
Cash'diic from aaafe*.. 110,771 71
Tota! available oath M 17.711) 2C
Loans 649.846 74
Lotns on cill 133,000 CO
Furniture and Fixtures 600 00
11.128 096 00
t LIABILITIES.
Carles'. 3-.ock, paid up In gold
coin ttOV.rOO 00
Reserve Fund 100 000 00
Deposit B*3 770 43
■ Dividends uncalled 'or 348 ' 4
I Undivided Protts 33.97/ 57
t *1,128,09 i. 00
t ' 111
i State of California, )
i County of Loa Augele-, j * '
John E Pla er, President, and Geo. 11.
. Stewart. Cashier of Los Angeles County
i Bank, being severally duly sworn, each for
himself, says the itatementla
true to the best of his .owledge and
belief.
JOHN E. F R.iTXJJL President.
litU. H. a-iIWART, Cashier
Subscribed snd swor-i to before me this
second day of July, 1887
ISeal! V, E. KOWAS,
jv dm ft. t-ry Public.
| NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
! T AND OFFICE AT LO3 ANGELES, JULY
JLj 2d. 1887. Notice la herotiy eiveu laal
the foUowiug named settler lias filed notice
, of his Ii teutlmi to commute and make final
proof in suppott of his claim, and that ssid
, proof will b« made before the Register and
I Receiver st Los Angeles, on September 17th,
r 1887, viz . Bptrlto I-oderero, Homestead en
. try. No IfiOl, for tho Nr % of Section 28.T 8 N
. or.lt 15 W, S. B M, He names the following
, witnesses to prove bis continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz:
Carlo Sapno, Michel Amati, R. F. Lee and
Pro.'ario Vaicucio, all of Los Angeles Oouu
ty. J. D. BEIHUNE.
. i>3-lm Ke *!? te J'^.
Stockholders' Notice.
Offick of 1
Main Street ani> Agriccltcrai. Park !
Railroad Company, • (
l.os anoki.es, July 23d. 1887.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH A RESOLUTION
adopted at a meeting of the Directors of
' tlie Main Street and Agricultural Park Rail
road company, held this day, a special meet
ing of the stockholders of said company is
; hereby called, the same to be held at the
office of tin- company. No. 10 Commercial
, street, in the cltv of Los Angeles, county of
l.os Angeles, state of California, on Monday,
the 3d day of October. A. D. 1887, at tlie
hour of 3:30 o'clock r. H. on Hint dnv, to
take into consideration and decide upon' the
proposition to increase the capital stock
from one hundred thousand dollars, divided
into two thousand shares of fifty dollars
each, the present capital of the company. Io
two hundred thousand dollars, to be divided
into four thousand shares, of ti ft v flolliirs
each. W. J. BRODRICK.
A. C. TAYLOR, President.
Secretary. jy2!) to oc 3d
Notice to Creditors,
tISTATK OK JOHN BALLARD,DECEASED.
jMotice is hereby given by the under
sinned, W. 1,. Ballard, administrator of tlie
estate of John Ballard, deceased, to the
creditors of and ail persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit them,
with the necessary vouchers, within four
months after tlie first publication of this
notice to this administrator, nt the loan
office of Thomas B. Brown, room 01, Temple
Block, in the city of Los Angelea, the same
being the place for the transaction of the
business of the said estate In the county of
Los Angeles. State of California.
W. L. BALLARD,
Administrator of the estate of John Ballard,
deceased.
Dated ut SeofFraneiseO, Ctl„ July 18,1987.
jy2o-lm
Notice To Farctiase Timber Lands.
IT S. LAM) OFFICE, AT LOS ANGELES,
J . Cal., July 12, 1887. Notice is hereby
given that Mrs. Marion C. Loop of Los An
geles county, State of California, has filed in
this office her application for the ptirchußeof
SK I , of Section 14, Township 3 North, Range
15 West, S. B. M. under the provisions of
an Act of Congress approved June 3, 1878,
providing for the sale of Timber Lands, etc.
Said contract containing acres of
laud. Any person or persons claiming nnv
adverse interest irfaUie said tract, are re
quired to present use Bame at this office
within sixty days fscan the date of the first
publication hereof.'otherwise such claim
will be barred by tffe provisions of said Act.
_Jyl3-Got _ J j_s.-J?E'ril | 'N*E. Register
Notice —Timlier Cnltnre.
ITMTED STATES LAND OFFICK, LOB
LI Angeles, Cal., April 25, 1887 —Com
plaint having been entered at this office by
Amos ChUd against James McCaw for
failure ti comply with l»w as to Timber-
Culture Entry No. 1968, oste.d November 26,
188 ft, upon the S\\% of Section SI), Township i
Si N, Range 14 W, lv Los Angeles County,
California, with a vlow to the cancellation '
of the said entry; contestant alleging that !
said James McCaw has failed to b'esk,
plow, or caused 11 be brnken or plowed any
portion of sold tract whatever, the ssld
parties are hcreb* summoned to appear at
this Office, ou the ltd day of August..lBB7. at
10 o'olock, a. m., to respond and furnish
testimony concerning such alleged failure
J D. BEIHUNE. Re"later
J. W. HAVF.RS'HCK, Receiver, Jyu-HOd
BMPEOaiMKNT lIDHEAI7S. '
M orn<m7irj€KS.
.itJH.I Ticket Broker and Heal Ks-fiaW -
Property sold on Installments. '
E. NITTINGKR, removed to lf»W H, Spring. .
Telephone lU. Residence Fifth and Hope ■
•tww*. anft-tf 1
.... - !
I.AI MtltlF.N.
j
I'll %NM!| ANN.
DR A. C ROGERS, 89 SOUTH MAIN I
Street, Kurtz Blcck. Hours: 9 to 12, 2
M 4. 6 io 7. J2lm
D~ R. J. H. DAVIBSON — OFFICE, 82S
South Spring street. Telephone 692
no26.tf
DR. BENNETT-OFFICE NO. SOUTH
Spring street. jyls-tf
DBS. DARLING 4 MURPVIY-OCULTBTB
and aurlsts. Office 120 North Malt
otreet. Office Hours—9 a. a. to 4 p. >r : 1
to 8 P.M. »n«t)-dAwtf
Dtt7 B~ IN
treating diseases of tho Eye, Ear and
Throat. Eyes scinnilflcnlly tested for
glasses. OBlce. 132 North Main street, over
U)8 Angeles Savings Bank. Hours, from V
a. a. to 6p. m Resideuoe, 840 Temple
street 120-Bin
R. E. O. MANNI G, OFFICE AND KEB
-ideuce 37 South Fort street. Olilce hours
—9 to 11 a. m. Ito 4p. a. Telephone 232.tf
TALIZABETH A. FOLLANSBfiiT m. d.~
Fj Office and residence 240 South Fort
street. Office bonrs—B to 10 A. a. andttc
Jlylf
DX. J. H. D rUtY RKMOVED HIS OFFICE
t n new Kurtt Block, 2» 8. 61aiusireet.
Hours 10 to U aud 1 to 4 p. M. my l tf
F'MILLfI BOAL, M. D —89 NGRrB
rf ■ Spring street (over People's Storej
Hours-18 to 12,1 to 8, 6to 7:80. Kesidauce
347 Hill street, lye doors from Fifth street
Telephone Mo, 1»6. on24tf
CI K. < i.ACICS, M II — I'M 1 SICIaN AM
j. surgeoLi. OBiee 7S North Sprlns
street, rooms 17 and 18. Hours from tl a, aa
to I p.m. Specialty—nklu and sexual fits
eases and clironic disesscs in general. u7.tl
SaTIJKTIUNMEIB : E)°,{V
liotuttlate of Kentuuky. spcctuiiv
Diseases of women and abiMteut alao, in
connection with her pia<:tice, Eh.ctrio
"n Ssnrt.ig street.. n!7tf
D" R. C. EDGAR SMiTIT— DiaKASES OF
women a specialty. Rectal disease!
treated br tho Rrlukcrhr.fr Painless Sy«
'■em. Hours—9 a. m. to 4 p m. oKi.-ea-
C.omor of Spring and Second streets, Hob
lenbeck Block. s«|s6l.f
DR. M. HILTO.s WILLIAMH-WA NORTH
Main (areel [oppoaita Wells, o
Co's Express Office.! Specialty—discaset
of the head, throat aud chest,
with the eyo, ear aud hesrt. Office hours.
frors 9:30 a. h. to 4 tv "Ai'ir' 1 f _
T|R. CHARLES W. BRVSON—"DISEASES
JJ of W.inicn a Specially." Ofßoe, Mo. 44W
South Spring St, in Solotnou Block. Rooms
1 and 2. Office Onus: Sa.M.to 12 a.. 2to 6
aud 7to 8 p. m. Residence, corner 12th si.
aud Mapie avenue. mlBtf
D HARRIN'GIO.s, M. D., OF FE K8
, his services to tne citizens of bos An
geics in the various branches of medicine,
surgery and obstetrics. He has specially
prepared htmseli in chronic diseases of fe
malei; a'so, ditcascs of the rec'um, such as
Piles, Ulceration, Fissure aud Fistul i Bat-
Isiactiou guaranteed. Treat -lent of Piles
painless, without knife or ligature. Office
In the Moore building, Court atreet, rooms
14 and 16, up stairs. Entrance between 8
and 10. Office hours from 8 to 11 a M. and
Ito 6 p m Bjuaa>s Bto il only. JeB lm
». p. lie,, n, X
OCOUBT AND AI'RIST, LATE RESl
dent physician ofthe Eire and V.iT Hos
pital, Worth street, New York North
Spring street. Hours. 9A.a.to i p. a , and
7 to 8 p. v. ra*y9tf
Sff'ff A.I,t«TS.
a.... a. «'* CAij-'tlwA.,
and Surgeon. Office and residence 207
Temple street. When desired, lady patients
are boarded during treatment of diseases
peculiar to their i ex. auB-tf
MRS. Dr. CTE. SMITH, (FORMERLY MTtB.
Bourcey,) has removed ncr residence,
146 Belluvuo avennc, near Montreal stieet,
aud Will make a specially ot midwifery.
Ladles wishing to be cated for can be ac
commodated at her bouse. Orders promptly
attended to, |gll if
Hoiiii:iM'trnis'rs.
/1 F WHITWOKIH, M. D., HOHtEOPA
\X thin. Then new treatment for Lung
Diseases. 23 South Spriug street. Hours,
Mq 10 12 to 2 snd 7. Telephone H29
A B. 3HORB, M, D HOMOtIOPATHIS'I
. Office 182 North Main atreet, Mas
carel Block: residence cor Adams and
San Pedro streets, Los Angeles. Office hours
It lo 12 a. a., Ito4p. a. .Telephone No.
Residence. 82: office. 82. JlylStf
TTk F. HILLER, ra'ltUKON AND PHYSIC
l» fan; practices Homeopathy. Office and
residence corner Third aud Spriug streets.
Telephone f.60. , aatMf
a. SAiianuat, Al. u7, suaukFA'i tT
». Ist. Office In Los Angeles Natlcusl
Bank Building, corner First and Sprint
streets. Hours, 10 to 12 a. a.. 8 to 8 and 7
to 8 p a Residence, 688 8. Pearl street
Telephone Nos.: Resideuce, 577; Office, 557.
JalB-tf
ISAAC FELLOWS, IE D.—HOMfE . aTll
Ist. uffict. Hours—ll to 12 a. m,2 to C
r a. Officio-Nos. 8 and 6 Odd Fellow.
Building Los Augelos, Oal. Residence
408 South Main street. jlyOtf
AHCHITECTS.
iCTAFTTtV H"aCTNG,~TT fORNE Y~AND
Counsellor ai- Law, 38 N rth Main st.,
aooatM. • Jvstf
AM EDELMAN, ARCHITECT—OFFICE:
• 17 N. Main stieet, Los Augoies, Cal.
Rooms 22 and 28 H llmnu Block. m29tf
W O. Mkhithew. Geo. F. Custirisak
ZtOSTERISAN 4 MEIiITHEW, ARC HI
V tects and Sanitary Engineers, 81 South
Main street, Rooms 4 and 5, Moil'b Block,
Los Angeles, Ca morula. fia-tf
AC. LUTGENB— ARCHITECT!— MAX
, well Building, comer Court and Main
streets. au2otf
KYSOR,
tecw, rooms I, i and 8. No. 86 Sontb
snrinr 8'- An»e'es.oal. oos-tf
B REEVE—A~BGHITFO'I ANJJ sTjlf
, veyor. Boom 10, Phillips Block,
Main street. Kesldence West Washington
street. Los Angelea. Oal. Twenty-two
years'experience. aut-tf
ATTORNEY ft.
JMABION BROOkiT _ U. S.nDIsTEICI'
. attorney, wll. practice iv all Courts of
the State. Office, rooms 28 and 24, Hellman
Block. Je24tf
Hi o. K.>OlT, ATiORNKY tauUUUft
• sclor at law. Court street, opposite
Court House (rooms 8 and 9 Moore building)
Los » ugeles. Cal. aprl2 tf
U B. LOCKWOOD, LAWYER, ROOM 9
O. Bumlller Block, entranoe 89 N. Spring
(jPeet. m2B-U
D. P. HATCH. J. BBOeSEAU.
BROBBEAU .4 HATCH, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at Law. Nos. 81, 82 and 66
Baker Block, Los Angeles, Oal. tf.
Hxnbt N. Ga. loway, Attorney-ai-Law.
CUAS. W. CHASE.
(l ALLOWAY dt CHASE, EXAMINERS OF
IT Titles and Conveyauoera, Boom 4, Allen
Block, Los Angeles, Oal. ant tf
GBiratM JOHNSTON. SHSI.DON BOHOBN.
B. A. YOXBA.
JOHNSTON, BOHDEN & YORBA, ATTOR
noys-at-Law and Examiners of Titles
Booms 7 and 8, Jones Block, 76 North Spring
street. Abstracts and certificates of title fur
nished with promotitndeand accuracy, tf
DIE WIIKHN.
PARISIAN STEAM DYEING AND CLEAN-
Ing Works. Dyeing aud cleaning of ev
ery description. Ladles' dresses dyed with
out ripping. Kid Gloves, Flannels, Ribbons
and Blankets made tol ook like new. Offlee
116Bouih Spring street. Dye Works: Cor
ner New High and Bellevne avenue.
Q2tf J. VOLLBT, Proprietor,
LOS ANGELKB STEAM DYFING AND
Cleaning Company. Office—Corner of
Main and Arcadia streets, opposite Wells,
Fargo A Co. Dyeing and cleaning of ever,
description of ladles' and gents' clothing.
Orders taken and delivered. Bend postal
card. Telephone No. 227. Branch corner
Main and Second itreets.
Sep9tf JAMES LA RQI'IEB. Mansger
eKRMAN STEAM DYE WORKS-THE OF
flee has removed from 123 south Main
st. to 207 South Main st. Ladles' and gents'
clothing cleaned and dyed. Cleaning o
flannel under clothing, etc.. without shrl nf
age or smell, n specialty.- Dye Works, Fi
►t , opposite Santa Fe B. R. Depot. GE
ROEKHOFF, Proprietor. JelB t
BNMINEEHfI AND lIIBVEYORB. J
ffTTifc;CC(THa7~CIVIL ENGINEER
. and Surveyor, U. 8. Deputy Mineral
Surveyor. 184 North Main street, Los An
geles, Cal. Telephone No. 96. anB-Ty
~~
WAcn-rrrcoAaT !
JT alon Parties Eaat June 27th, Jmy 21-t !
and August 18th Call on or address GEO. !
F. COTTKBAL A CO., Managers, 286 North '
Main St.. Los Angeles. Csl. le6 tf
itlTLicß popular PbhASUKi!; Par- c
tle>, for all notnts East, leave Loa Angelea i
Juy nth and 28th, August nth and 15th. !
Call ou or addreas A. PHILUPd A CO., 184 f
N Main street, Los Angelea. ml-tf t
u *H | l | LOH 8 COUGH S
J
«W€!ITP.TV HOTmtJU.
E'^ = """:-"- , " i * .so. v,,»..». m
»w Meets ■ atedl, on the flrsi Thursday
of each mouth, at 7:18 p. a., at Maaonle Hall,
MoDouaid Block Sojourning companions
tv good staudidg cordially invited.
~ „ „ J- H. MABTIN, H. P.
R. T. MPLi.Aan, Secretary.
jr-j&AMKtin.AiN i.itimi.s uK HuNOK.-
SS-B' Safety Council, No. 664, meets sec
ond snd fourth Thursday evenings of each
month nt their hall, Kvcnlng Express bulld
og. Sojourning cornt.anions iv good stand
ing are cordially Invited
W. T. HARNETT, Commander.
Gkorok W Knox, Secretary.
ANGELAS CUUMdL, No. 11,
Royal and Select Masters, F and
\ M holds Us staled assemblies on tho
Fourth Monday of eson month at Masonlo
Uall at 7:30 p m Sojourning companions
In good atauding ere fraternally invited to
attend. By ord«r of the Th:- 111:-
J JB_B-J<«b?li Itecorder
I » ,hAI'LAn,-lAhIH
Wh*w Idou Commnndcry, No. 9, K. T.,
holdfl its fltated conclcvcs at the asylum tn
Masonic Hall ou the thtrd flmisdny of each
month at 7:30 p at. Sojourning Knights
Tempi.us in good standiug are cordi.illy in
vited io attend. By order of the K. C.
R. T MrLLsan, Recorder.
gsjTgr.LOa .i"ii(7iil.H:s CH .fTER No. 33,
H--*' R. A. M.—Stated convocations on
tbe second Monday of esch month at 7;SO
p. m at Masonic Hall, Spring street 8o-
Jonruliis: companions In good standing are
fraternally Invited. By order of
O. F. McLKLLAN, H.
T J. P. Crnnv, Secretary.
ANGEIJiS LOIMM, ho. xM6 at,
2>Jb' of H. —Regu-nr meeting ar* held
every Wednesday evening at old IfaaAnie
II 1!, Spring s-reet. Visiting brother! are
cordially Invited to attend
H. C. A dsn M, Dictator,
»--3S» bOS A Nil rTiTf s. LOl'Uti. No 1.0.0.X.
Cir-or Regular meet Us- held i Wednes
day evening of eajrb week at T;3O o'clock.
Sojourning brethren lv good standing are
cordially invhed
B, H. C X A WFOUD. N. 0
Ki>. F. P»»;so. K. j
sy-3>»t.rK-»i»,r. Cut IL,fco.a) L ti.U.f.,
gaP meets e?erv v, edue'"'Bv evening of
c -eh week at 7*o ..'clock in Good Templars
Kail. Visiting members are cordially In
vited R. W. READY. N. G.
A. J. E FaastSH. R. 8
LoDGtcTNTa*.. k. of ~¥~,
it-* 1 meets e.-erv Friday evening in Py
thian Castle, M Spt'lng street
Knights io<-liod. H. T. PAYNE, C. C.
Isaac ri. Smith, K. oi R and S.
ANGr.i.r.S i.oiiitJC. i.o 66, A.
■Ma* O. ntv —Regular meetli gs are held
every Wednesday evening at A. O. V. W
Hall, Chtlds' building, Main street. Visit
ing brethren are cordlsllv invited.
A. F. MACKF.Y. M. W.
W«r.TKB l)rv«BAnx, Koconlor
Notice of Sale if Brtl Estate at
Pubic Anctioß.
IN THK SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
county of Santa Crux, state of California.
In the matter of the nwi of Sedgwick J.
Lynch, deceased.
Notice in hereby given that in pursuance
of an ord«T of the Superior Court of* the
count? of Santa Cruz. Slate of California,
made on the 9Sd day of May, 1887.1» the
matter of the estate of Sedgwick J. Lynch,
deceased, the undersigned, the executors of
the last Will of said decedent, will sell at
public auction, to the highest bidder for
i ash, in gold coin of the l/nik-d States, and
subject to con firm at ion by said Superior
Court, on Wednesday, the 24th day of Au
gust, I**7, »t 11 O'cwck a. M..in front of the
Sheriffs office on Spring street, corner of
Con'rt street, in the city and county Of Lea
Angeles. Cal., all the right, title, interest and
estate of the said Sedgwick J. Lynch, at the
time of his death, and all the right, title and
interest that the said estate has by operation
of law Of otherwise acquired other than or
in addition to that of the said Sedgwick J
Lynch at the time of his death, in and to ali
those certain lots, pieces or parcels of laud,
situate, lying and being iv the said city and
county OI Los Angeles, State of Calfornia,
and hnuuded and described as follows, fo
wit: Lol 8. in block X, of the Mott tract; lot
0. in block F, of said Mott tract; lot 10, in
block V, of said Mott tract; lot 11, in block F,
of said Mot* tract; lot 14, In block F, of said
Mott tract; lot 4, in block I, of said Mott
tract; according to a map of said tract re
corded in Hook I, Of Miscellaneous. Record*,
at page 4H;», Records of Los Angeles county,
Cal Said lots will be nold separately ;iin! in
the order in which they ure mentioned
above. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash
in gold coin of the United States: ten per
rent, of the purchase money to be paid to the
auctioneer on dote of sale; balance to l>e paid
on confirmation of sale by said Superior
Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. A
full abstract of the title to said property is at
the office of Graves & O'Melveny, Attorney
at law, rooms 10, 90 and 21, Baker Block, I
the city of Los Angeles, wncrc the same ca
be inspected at any time from now until th
date of sale.
Dated Lot* Angeles, July 88, 1387.
Jank Lynch,
W. T. (l a nit kit and
F, A. Hiiin,
Executors Of the last will and testament of
Sedg-wick J. Lynch, deceased. jy 29td
Notice for Publication.
JAS'D OFFICE AT LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
J June 18, 1887.—Notice is hereby given
that the follnwiuK-r.umcd settler bus tiled
notice of his intention to make final proof In
support of his claim, and that said proof will
be made la-fore Register and Receiver at Ijis
Angeles. Cal., on August 24, 1887, viz.:
Joseph Thompson Hand, application No.
1043, for the NW !, sec. 10 Tp. 1 M„ R. 14
Jr., 8. B. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz.: J. R. Holmes, of
Providencia, Loa Angeles county ■ s. W.
White, of Providencia, I,oh Angeles eotiuty:
Thomas storey, of Providencia, 1., s Angelea
eountv: Abrain Suttou, of Providenofi, l.os
Angelea county. ,J. D. BETH (INK, Register.
jy 10-lm
Notice for Publication.
Land Opfice at Los Ano elks, Cal.J
June 20th, 1887. I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIE
following named settler has filed notice
of his intention to commute and make final
proof in support of bis claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Register and
Receiver, at Los Angeles, Cal., on Septem
ber Hth, 1887, viz: Salma W. Hawlev, home
stead application No. 2074, for the 8 1 *, of
SVVW anils l , of SEJ, Sec. 32, Tp. ON, Range
IS W. s. It. M. He names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said laud, viz: Solo
mon Shirpscr, of I,os Angeles, Cal., James
['"lemming, John Watklns, T. Dow lor, of
Trego, Cal. J. D. BETHUNE,
jylg-lm Register.
Mice for Publication.
AM) OFriCB AT LOS ACOELES, CaL.J
July 5, 1887. 1
Notice Is hereby given that the following
lug named settler has filed notice of his tn
leniion to make final proof In support of
hia claim, aud that said proof will he made
before Begister and Reoelverat l.os An
geles on September 20, 1887, vis. Wm. G.
Lorbecr, Pre D ». No 2891, for the WW ot
NW!-;, See 24, Twp. 4 N , R. 16 W., 8. B. M.
He naoiea the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, ssti la»d, via.: 8. H. Drew
of is. whall. Noah Chrlaco of Lsng Station.
Wm. Daggett of San Fernando, Jos. Blood
of Lang illation
Jyß-lm J. D. BETHDNE, Reglf ter
notice —Timber CnMre,-
U. 8. Lamp Offcik, (
1 os ANBII.ES, Cal., April 28,1887. >
COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED
at this office by amos Child sgiiiuU
Ralph Smith for failure toccmply with law
aa to tin ber culture entry No t.70(08O), dat
ed February 21,1886. upon the SEJ-i of sec
tion V 4. township 9 N, range 14 W, In Li s
Angeles county, California, with a view to
tbe cancellation of said entry, contestant
alleging that ssld Ralph Smith hus failed to
break, plow, or caused to be broken or
plowed, any portion of said tract whatever.
The said parties are hereby tummoued to
appear at thlß ofßoe on tbe 12th day of Aug.
list, 1887, at 10 o'clock a a to respond and
furnish testimony concerting mid alleged
failure. J. D. BETUUNE,
J. W HAVERBTICK, Register.
Receiver. Jy6 30d
Notice of Application to Putcnase
Timber Land.
U. 8. Lamd Ornci, Los A now.us, OA&.J
May 7,1887. t
NOTICE XI nEBEBY GIVEN JHAT IN
compliance with the provltlm- of tbe
i.et of Congress, app oved June S, 1878, en
tilled "An Act for the sale of Timber Lands
In the States of California. Oregon Nevada,
aud Washington Territory." J. J. Wood
worth, whose postoffice address la Loa An
geles City aud Coumy, California, has tbla
day filed In this oWce his application to
purchase the WW. of BEW; sndltWofaWW,
Section Ma. 10, In Townsnip No. 11 N. Range
No. 16 W, ef the 8. B. Meridian. All persons

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